Step 1: Steering and Front Nose of Van
I try to keep detail in the pictures so i have less explaining in every step.
PICTURE 14!!! 2 green rods standing up, holds the steering in place for both wheels keeping the alignment in place, they are held down by Gravity!
Step 2: Adding Steering Wheel and Sides
Moving on with the steering to complete it, combined to use the small gear with the big gear to make a more natural feel with the steering wheel.
History: When this van was made, normal steering from K'NEX manuals wouldn't work, so this idea was made by accident and changed my building from then on. This is the first Gear Steering System I came up with to keep the steering wheel square and leveled with the driver side while keeping the front nose of the van compact instead of extending extra long body parts like I've done in the past.
Step 3: Adding the First Floor Board.
combining the front and middle floor boards is just basics here.
Step 4: Middle and Rear Floor Boards.
The van will look as if it is sagging in the middle after this point, that is normal for my old models, many of my top less cars didn't have doors to stay stable and straight.
Step 5: Adding Seats.
Attach seats and adjust to the way you like. Although the rear seats needs space from the way back for a later step.
Step 6: Making the Roof
This will level the van out once it's been installed.
Step 7: Finishing With Hood and Doors
The back door has a yellow rod to slide in a connector and needs space to move around then hold the hatch open, the sliding doors on the side is easy to install, the front doors just slide the top connector down the blue rod and connect the lower part.